Burger King seeks a tax inversion. Will there be a side of tax reform with that?
The Economic Policy Institute finds that changes in the corporate tax code don't track changes in growth. But that doesn't mean one doesn't affect the other.
The Kentucky senator sees Congress as the villain, not Apple.
You'd think that businesses all pay the corporate income tax. The reality is much more complicated.
Corporate tax reform is really popular. But it's harder than it looks.